Here is my current setup:
DVR: Windows 10 PC - Core i5
Channels DVR Version: Pre-Release 2022.01.04.2130
Client: Nvidia Shield
Client Version: Beta (201.3.1846)
These issues happen on all my Nvidia Shields running the Beta and the issue is always repeatable. Not sure if it affects other Android clients or not.
Issue #1 -- Skewed TV Shows Grid
Description of Issue: When viewing the TV Show Grid, the grid of shows is uniformed as expected. However, when scrolling through the shows, the grid gets misaligned. The more I scroll, the more it gets out of whack. This doesn't happen on the Normal Client, but it does on the Beta. It happens on all of my Nvidia Shields and restarting the DVR and/or client does not resolve the issue.
Issue #2 -- Deleting a TV show in a series causes Focus and Watched issues
Description of Issue: When deleting a show in a series, the Focus gets shifted to a later episode, and it also marks other episodes as Watched. Using the above video for example, you can see that all episodes are unwatched. When I select and watch Episode 3, after I delete that Episode, the Focus goes to Episode 9 (instead of Episode 4, the next in the series). Moreover, Episode 6 gets marked as Watched for some reason (not sure why). This problem isn't related to just this series, it seems to happen on any TV show with more than 1 episode.
I am also going to sneak in a request here even though this isn't the proper spot. I noticed that on some of my OTA recordings Channels will show the red 'recording interrupted' flag. Most of the time, this doesn't have any noticeable issue on the playback, and other times, there may be some of the program missing or pixelated. I understand this is due to the reception, but my request is this.... Mark on the playback timeline the areas where the weak signal was detected. In other words, show the red marker as part of the show timeline bar so I know what areas of the program may have been affected by weak signal or interruptions. It would help to know if any of the show is actually missing.